Juicy Fest has unveiled a 2024 lineup befitting the Southern Hemisphere’s largest hip hop and R&B nostalgia music festival. 

For its second edition, Juicy Fest will be held across nine locations in Australia and New Zealand next January, beginning in Christchurch on the 3rd and ending in the Gold Coast on January 20th (see full details below).

Tickets to “summer’s biggest party” go on sale on Wednesday, April 26th at 7pm local time. Fans can pre-register ahead of time to purchase tickets from 6pm local time on the same day. Those who pre-register will also be entered into a draw to win over $10,000 worth of prizes.

The main 2024 headliners include autotune icon T-Pain, who’ll be performing Down under for the first in over 10 years. There’s also Atlanta legend T.I., one of the biggest trap artists ever, Grammy winning singer-songwriter Ashanti, and Los Angeles rapper The Game, who unfortunately had to cancel his visit to Australia this year alongside Ice Cube and Cypress Hill.

You can check out the full lineup, which also includes the likes of Trey Songs, Keri Hilson and more, below. There’s also one more exciting headliner set to be announced.

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Juicy Fest 2024

More information and tickets available via juicyfest.co

January 3rd
TBA, Christchurch, NZ

January 5th
McEwan Park, Wellington, NZ

January 6th
Bay Park, Tauranga, NZ

January 7th
Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland, NZ

January 12th
Showgrounds, Melbourne, VIC

January 13th
TBA, Sydney, NSW

January 14th
TBA, Perth, WA

January 19th
TBA, Adelaide, SA

January 20th
Doug Jennings Park, Gold Coast, QLD


The Game
Trey Songz
Bone Thugs-n-Harmony
Keri Hilson

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